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Gruesome audio and video recordings & # 39; prove that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was tortured & # 39; in the Saudi Arabian embassy in Turkey

GRUESOME audio and video recordings prove that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was tortured and murdered in a Saudi Arabian consulate, as it turned out yesterday.
The Saudi critic Khashoggi, 59, would have been chased by a 15-person team in the building in Istanbul, Turkey.
AFP or licensers Washington's journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, 59, was shot down by a 15-person hit team from the Saudi embassy in Istanbul, Turkey. Türkische spionnen have told officers they are eavesdropping during the assassination on 2 October, in which US officials were informed.
In particular, the audio recording would be convincing & gruesome & # 39; provide proof that a killer team was responsible, officials said.
It is said that he had caught the screams of Khashoggi when he was beaten and then cut into pieces.
A source told the newspaper of Khashoggi, The Washington Post: "You can hear his voice and men who speak Arabic.
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"You can hear how he was questioned, tortured and then killed." Saudi officials say that Khashoggi left the consulate shortly after entering, but CCTV suggests otherwise.
The journalist had long ties with the Saudi royal family, but became an arch critic of Donald Trump's ally, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, who denied false play.
Saudi Arabian and Turkish officials are investigating.
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